E14In the must-see microcosm of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, our most popular tour is probably one of the most shocking tours you’ll ever take. These tours are casual and can accommodate from 1-15 people for 4 hours. If you will be coming from a different city, please contact us for information on private or public transportation services.

Major stops in the tour include:

Ceramics & glass factory
Kufiya Factory
Ibrahimi Mosque (Tomb of Patriarchs)
Al-Shuhada street (Ghost town)
Visit and discussion with a local family in the old city
Stop for a panoramic view of the Old City & surrounding settlements

Please note that on Fridays some stops might not be accessible to tourists.

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Hebron
DEPARTURE TIME 10:00 [Please arrive at least 15 min in advance]
INCLUDED
Local Guide
NOT INCLUDED
Meal (Optional)
Transportation to Hebron
Tips
DIFFICULTY MEDIUM

Additional information

Meal OptionsMeal included, Meal not included
Minimum participants1
DestinationsHebron
Tour TypeCity Tours, Reality Tours

From Jerusalem: Take bus 231 from the bus station in front of Damascus Gate in East Jerusalem on Sultan Suleiman Street to Bab el-Zqaq in Bethlehem, about 1 Km from Manger Square. From there, take a collective taxi (orange 7-seater van called Servees) directly to the Hebron Central Bus Station on Wadi Al Tufah Street (20 shekels | 1.5 hours).

From Bethlehem: Take the collective taxi (orange 7-seater van called Servis) from the Bethlehem Central Bus Station on Manger Square Street or from Bab el Zqaq intersection directly to the Hebron Central Bus Station on Wadi Al Tufah Street (10 shekels | 40 mins).

From Ramallah: Take the collective taxi (orange 7-seater van called Servis) from the Main Station in Ramallah on Al-Nahda Street directly to Hebron city center (28 shekels | 90 mins)

From Nablus: Take the collective taxi (orange 7-seater van called Servis) from the Nablus Central Bus Station on Rafidia Street to the Ramallah Central Bus Station on Al-Nahda Street. Next, see “From Ramallah to Hebron” (50 shekels | 2.5 hours)

Tour Reviews

5.00 based on 7 reviews
May 15, 2018

We had an absolute impressiv day with Aboud in Hebron. Aboud was a generous, open-minded, interested and interesting guy, who showed us his home town. He even took us to his place to gave us jackets (because it was really rainy and cold that day and we weren’t prepared properly).
We discussed with him politics and history and got all questions answers. We nearly spend the whole day together, explored the city and enjoyed arabic coffee and shawama – some moments we got really attached.
For people who want a tour just based on facts, this might be not the right tour/city for you. For all others who want to expierence real life Hebron it’s the best.

November 6, 2018

An amazing company that gives you some of the real picture of Palestine and the daily lives and struggles of Palestinians. I took the Qualandia Refugee Camp and Wall tour as well as the tour of Hebron and I highly recommend both of them, especially the Hebron tour. Go with an open heart and mind and you will be sure to have a very rich experience!

April 9, 2019

Thanks Aboud for this tour that you gave to us, sorry it took a long time for us to rate this tour and fine words after what we’ve seen… I could never ever forget that and I recommend this tour to everybody who would like to contribuate to a valuable project, want a real life experiences and get to understand a bit more what is going one there. Thank you very much, god bless you.

Molly and Sophie

April 9, 2019

This tour is a unmatched. Ehab took us through a journey that I never could have anticipated – full of insights, surprises, and expanded awareness of the situation persisting in Israel and Palestine. The Hebron tour is highly interactive and can be tense at times, but Ehab has a playfulness to him which makes tourists feel very comfortable and enjoy the adventure.

This an eye-opening experience absolutely not to be missed if you are visiting the West Bank.

May 4, 2019

You can’t visit Palestine without seeing the shocking division within Hebron, and there’s no better way than to be shown around by Ehab. It was an incredible experience that we won’t forget. To be both horrified by how awful humans can be to each other and shocked by how loving and resilient the people remain in just one day is unforgettable. Ehab is such a nice, friendly, and informed guide who went out of this way to ensure we felt safe, welcomed, and engaged. Massive thanks Ehab! Haydn and Flora

May 8, 2019

one of the most intense and moving experiences I ve made. Thank you so much Ehab and please continue with your mission!
The reality about the palestinian cause should get more attention within the international arena.
Me personally as a german tamil citizen can totally relate to the cause and what is happening there.
Your initiative gives hope to me!

Thanks!

September 2, 2019

This tour was so much more than I expected. I’ve rarely experienced such wisdom, generosity and friendliness. We were just two doing the tour so we got a very personal experience.

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